The park is one of those naturalistic oasis that emerge for intrinsic beauty and original attraction within the environmental architecture heritage of Trentino, such as the Giardini di Piazza Venezia or the Parco di Gocciadoro in Trento.
It is a legacy that has come to us from the past, but which still maintains intact today, thanks also to the clever interventions in recent years, that "distant" and magical charm that only a "historical" park can give.
Levico was born at the end of the nineteenth century as part of a radical urban rethinking of the eastern part of the village of Levico, triggered by the construction of the Valsuganache railway line at the time it served to connect the spa town with Italy to the south and with the Empire Austrian to the north.
A few numbers:
Inauguration of the early 20th century,
Surface: 131,669.47 m2 581 trees of different species,
4300 between shrubs and ground cover plants,
about 75,000 bulbous species
During the summer visits are organized to learn about the history and hidden magic of Nature, an exhibition is always present at Villa Paradiso.
At the park headquarters or in the APT office there is a very detailed guide of the Park In winter it is home to the famous Christmas markets of Levico Terme